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LHS Daily Announcements

Wednesday, May 21



Our purpose is that Linton High School will graduate productive citizens and life-long learners.

 

Our motto is (LHS)

Learn to go further.

Honor each other in all you do.

Strive to be your best.


Congratulations to Micaela Hazlewood and Macy Fidler.  They both qualified for the track regionals in 2 events each last night.  Micaela placed 1st in the discus and 2nd in the shot put, and Macy placed 4th in the long jump and the 100 meter dash.  They will run again next Tuesday at Bloomington North HS.


Congratulations to the Girls' Tennis Team for winning the first round of sectionals.  They play in the championship match Thursday at 4:30 pm at North Daviess.


Attention Students -- The yearbook deadline has been extended to Wednesday, May 21. There is not a guarantee that we will have extra yearbooks to sell in the fall, so please pre-order your yearbook today!


Senior Honor Night is this Friday, May 23rd at 6:30 pm in the high school gym.  


Graduation is Saturday, May 24th at 1:30 pm in the high school gym.  Doors open at 12:30 pm.


Attention Students -- History Club members or anyone interested in joing History Club next year, stop and see Mr. McKinney so you can be a part of our summer activities.


Attention Student Drivers -- This is a reminder to drive safely on and off school grounds.  We have hundreds of students and parents out and about during dismissal so please be aware and drive slowly.  


Congratulations to our Girls' Tennis team for winning SWIAC this past Saturday.  


Congratulations to our Boys' Golf Team for winning SWIAC!


Congratulations to our  Boys' and Girls' track team for winning SWIAC and to the Boys for winning Greene County!

 

History Club members-- stop and see Mr. McKinney for some information.  If you are interested in joining the History Club for next year, stop and see him as well.  They may be some summer activities for the club.


Attention Students -- Greene County Soccer Association is now accepting registrations for fall soccer. The fall soccer season will take place from September through November 2014. Players, ages 4-18 (on 1 August 2014) can register online at www.greenecountysoccer.com. The cost is $75 per player, with multi-player discounts for family. If you register before June 4, using the code “SCHOOL”, you will receive a $5 per player discount.

We are also accepting registrations for Tiny Tots Soccer for 2-3 year olds. The cost is $45 per player. Family discount and coupon codes do not apply.


Attention Students -- The Linton Public Library is holding a summer reading program and they are looking for teen volunteers.  If you are 14-17 and if you are interested in volunteering at the Linton Library this summer with this program please come to the office any pick up an information packet.  


Attention Students -- The Parents of the Class of 2015 will be sponsoring a co-ed softball tournament at the FOP on June 14, 2014 as a class fundraiser.  All former classes, current classes students, teachers, community and church leagues are welcome.  Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Seniors are encouraged to enter to win the title of class champions.    Entry fee is $150.00 per team.  If you have 10 players that is only 15.00 each for the double elimination tournament.  For more information or to enroll your winning team, call Patty Baysinger at 798-5732.  Come out and support the Class of 2015!


Attention seniors -- the UDWI REMC Scholarship Application is now available. Please consider applying for it. Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office or downloaded from the guidance website. It is due to their offices June 15th.


These are the students who have not yet submitted a senior picture:

Crystal Betts

Raven Bowersock-Grant

Tysen Dunn

Travis Hash

Jake Hubbell

Indy Miller

Isaac Morehead

Savannah Neighbors

Jacob Smoot

Grant Stamm

Eric Stearns

Cody VanWinkle

Brett Vaughn


Attention Students: Yearbooks are still available for $47.00 without name and $53.00 with the name. See Mrs. Lynn to place an order.


Attention Seniors -- The following students have still not turned in all of their Miner Discount cards or the money that they raised by selling them…

 

Kurtis Cox

Ryan Flyn

Wyatt Franklin

Paul Goodman

Travis Hash

Kasie Heath

Danielle Hoffman

Bryant Jackson

Adrena McDonald

Whitney Rhodes

Jacob Smoot

Olivia Sparks

Cody VanWinkle

Cody Walton

Toni Weaver

 

Each card is worth $5 a piece.  You will be responsible for paying $5 for each card not returned.



Plato hours

Monday 6:00-8:00 pm

Tuesday 3:30-5:30 pm

Wednesday 6-8 pm

Thursday 3:30-5:30 pm




Guidance Department



Upcoming Important Dates & Scholarship Announcements


Attention Seniors:  The guidance office has several scholarships available.  See Mrs. Meng for applications on the following;


IN Homeland Security Foundation Scholarship -- This scholarship is for students who volunteer for public safety organization and who want to pursue a degree.


UDWI REMC Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office and online

at www.udwiremc.com. Completed applications are due to their offices (not the guidance office) by June 15th.


Mayor Tom Jones Memorial Scholarship.  Must be graduating from Linton, Must be a full time student in fall of 2014 semester.  Due in the guidance 12:00 pm on Monday, May 19, 2014.



Merl and Maxine Brown Scholarship. Application deadline May 16. Go to this link for further details and to download an application online. Mrs. Meng also has paper copies.

http://lshscounseling.weebly.com/merl-and-maxine-brown-scholarship.html


SAT and ACT Testing

Please go to the link below on the new LSHS Guidance website for test dates, registration deadlines, and other information. LSHS is a site for all SAT test dates except for January.


http://lshscounseling.weebly.com/sat-and-act.html


The Guidance Office has fee waivers for the SAT and the ACT. Please see Mrs. D-G if you want to know if you qualify for a fee waiver for either test.


SAT and ACT study packets that include a full length practice test for the 2013-2014 exam are available in the Guidance Office. ACT prep information can also be downloaded as PDFs at the following links.


ACT Prep Packet (FYI - this document is 64 pages long)

http://www.act.org/aap/pdf/Preparing-for-the-ACT.pdf

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